Co -7, ia -7, NH -7, WI-7, VA -5, NV -4, MI -4, FL -3, NC -3, MN -3, OH -2.
After this his will was read, wherein he made Tibe'rius and Liv'ia his heirs.
Ommatidium -ia: one of the elements of which the compound eye is composed.
Acher'ia, the fox, went partnership with a bear in a bowl of: milk.
One lot always end in 'ic,' and the other in 'ia,' and it is so confusing.
Phrenī′tis, inflammation of the brain; Phrenog′raphy, descriptive psychology; Phrenopath′ia, mental disease.
The sound of ia is made up of the sounds of both the vowels.
Indeed, even the emperor himself, with his mother Liv'ia, incurred a share of the general suspicion.
The hydrogen lines are strong, but not so striking as in ia.
So have ia whole box fullunder the front seat, chuckled Tom.
word-forming element in names of countries, diseases, flowers, from Latin and Greek -ia, which forms abstract nouns of feminine gender. In paraphernalia, Mammalia, etc. it represents the Latin and Greek plural suffix of nouns in -ium or -ion.
Chinese forms country names by adding guo "country" to the stressed syllable of the place name, hence Meiguo "America," from mei, the stressed syllable of America (minus -r-, which does not exist in Chinese). Similarly Yingguo "England," Faguo "France." Continent names are similarly formed, with zhou "continent" (e.g. Meizhou "America (continent)," Feizhou "Africa," Ouzhou "Europe").
Disease; pathological or abnormal condition: anoxia.